"The best is still to come" may be encouraging but untrue...
The good news is this was a small study (and I've posted many others that found the opposite to be true) but it suggests that people make the most important memories of their lives by the time they're 25.
Researchers asked 34 people (see, a very small group) aged 59 to 92, to recount their life stories and found that they tended to focus on life transitions such as marriage and having children that occurred between ages 17 and 24. (msn.com)
What do you think? Do you agree with this research? After seeing my parents become grandparents last year (my sister had her first baby) I think they'd definitely name that as a meaningful, life moment.
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